Most Premier League clubs have sacked their managers this season because of poor results at the club. They have all sacked their managers because of a bad run of games. Barcelona, Newcastle United, Manchester United, Aston Villa, Barnsley, and Rangers have all done this season, too.
Preston lost 1-0 to their rivals, Blackburn, on Saturday. They have only won six of their 21 league games this season, which puts them in 18th place in the Sky Bet Championship, which is where they are now.
Frankie McAvoy got the job on a long-term basis after he won five of his first eight games in charge at the end of last season.
Now, the club is going to look for a new manager to lead the club into the future. A more detailed update will be given in the future.
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